Schools around the nation ban soda and candy from their campus while other schools allow their students to have candy and soda. Some schools say it’s too unhealthy for their students so they provide just the school food because it’s healthy and nutritious. Other schools do allow their students to drink soda and candy because their students often crave different things instead of just school food. Through my perspectives I say we should not ban soda and candy. I say we shouldn’t ban soda and candy because us students do crave it.
This causes students to want the unhealthy option because it tastes better and gives them a short yet satisfying taste and energy. Unknowingly that within it lacks the dietary aspects they need for good bodily growth. “First, it reinforces our conclusion that the test score improvements we measure are being driven by differences in food quality, and not food quantity”(Anderson,3) In fact, the National School Lunch Program negative connotations because of the public school's participation has eliminated it and provided specific
Also “school meals in other countries fascinate us because they reflect a society 's true food culture, as well as its regard for its children” (Siegel). If the community goes cheap on our lunches other countries assume that this is how our culture eats, but in reality people eat big meals at home or go out for dinner. In some cases a school lunch or even breakfast is all a child might get that day. The food service should make sure they get enough to eat as well as all the nutrients by spending just a little more on foods that kids will to eat. Therefore “eating habits, like many other habits, are formed in childhood” (Good,Engler-Stringer).
For example, To Kill a Mockingbird is a book that has recently been banned in certain school systems due to harsh racial slurs. Yet, it has been used across the country to teach that people should be treated fairly regardless of their race. Some believe there are other books that teach the same concept without the harsh language. Parents are concerned about the environment that their children are exposed to when they read books that are deemed controversial. The restriction of books allows parents to control what books their child is allowed to check out of libraries.
There are both pros and cons to banning book in school. According to ProCon.org, “Parents have the right to decide what material their children are exposed to and when.” Parents have the right to ban books so they can protect their children from violent content. Children need to be protect from content that could scar them. ProCon.org also states that “Children should not be exposed to sex, violence, drug use, or other inappropriate topics in school or public libraries.” Children should not learn about such things until they are old enough. Kids can be influenced by the things that they are taught at a young age.
Mindfulness eating is simple but it requires a lot of practice, gradually you will get better in doing this and it will start benefiting you in various ways. The Script So here is a small and simple exercise for mindfulness eating especially for those who are addicted to some specific food items. If you are not a food addict then also eating this way, by being more present will benefit you in numerous ways. This is a quite surprising method for the food addicts because rather than trying to make them quit that food item it makes them to eat it but, with complete awareness. See, people having addictive eating habits don’t really enjoy food, when the craving arises they just keep on stuffing themselves to fulfill some other psychological need.
Most of these supplements that claim to help people lose weight are ineffective, and there is no substantial evidence to prove their efficacy. Some of them may even be harmful to your health. Instead of wasting your time and money and risking your health over a product that might not work, it is better to make the necessary lifestyle changes that will bring about the results you want. Remember if it’s too good to be true, it probably is. Born to be fit Some experts have preached the "born to be fit" philosophy for quite some time.
The government should not be deciding what we eat, parents should be. (Fed Up). Children should start limiting the fatty foods that are given and start eating healthier foods. As I said before, my definition of health is limiting the consumption of food intake, being content with the body a person has mentally and physically, and being ambitious. Being unhealthy and lazy can take a toll on our bodies and our health.
A school had to die the applesauce bright green because kids were not buying it, so they thought that they could make it look sweeter and full of flavor. Some schools in California were testing to see if the Slim lunch tray(picture on page #five) was going to affect the kids decision of picking the better choice of foods. It is understandable to try to get kids to eat the right foods but there is other ways into getting kids to eat right, should schools be tricking their students into eating healthier? It is not up to the school to control how the children eat and what they eat. A school is for learning and lunch is just a session to get kids back on track for upcoming classes.
Our school’s limited option of lunch beverages is disgusting. I’m of course referring to both the free milk they offer us and the drinks which can be purchased from their inventory of juices and healthy carbonated soda. Schools should offer students the decision to purchase and consume a wide variety of actually enjoyable beverages including those which may not be considered healthy. Whether the school installs vending machines or implements these drinks, students should have access to them because it helps students relax during a possibly difficult day at school, it should increase productivity and the quality of schoolwork, and it would probably improve the general student’s opinion of the school’s lunch. Okay, let me elaborate on my first point.
Parents usually blame the advertisements that pass on television promoting junk food and believe that it is persuading the child to buy or consume the product that is been promoted. But in reality the advertisement is for the parents but and the parent will take the decision if it is good for their kids. When they show the image of the product on television the image might seem really appetite that would convince someone to go and buy the product. That is the person 's opinion of course and yeah eat in a fast food restaurant is not a bad thing but some people don 't the the damage it can make the body. There have been people who eat everyday out and in two weeks gain more than 5 pounds and their cholesterol raises.
Many say the food is dry and has bad portions. Sophie Henderson thinks it is worth the money for bagels but not the other choices. In conclusion, the school district has made major changes to the school lunch program to save money, but those changes have changed students thoughts on the quality of the
One more reason I believe banning books are wrong is because, you get more choices. Librarians say that they want kids to have as many reading choices as possible, but by them banning books they can have as many options to pick what they interested in. However, if kids get interested in a series and it is banned in their school library because it is more “mature” that gives the limited options. Jaquan was in the library trying to choose a book he was interested in but he couldn 't because the book he was looking for was banned. Some people say that racial slurs are why they ban some books, but most kids are gonna learn about racial slurs in their social studies class anyway.
When sitting down drinking a diet soda people really don’t think about what makes diet soda diet. If food and drink companies put diet on front of something does that automatically make it beater or even good for the consumer? When making something diet companies usually go straight for the artificial sweeteners to drop the calories in a food or drink, and when people pick up the diet product off the shelf at the store and they automatically think its good or better for them because of just one little word added to the label. But is it really better for you or could these sweeteners be doing harm? Yeah it might help someone loose that one extra pound or help with fitting into that year-old pair of pants that someone has been just dyeing to
The kids stomachs are desperate but not desperate enough to eat the school lunch.The Healthy slop makes stomachs quiver in fear. Michelle Obama has put into use the Hunger, Hunger free Kids Act, that will help feed kids from low income families with healthy lunches . Some people suggest that the new lunches are healthier with less salt and fat; however, they fail to recognize kids are disgusted by the food given to them and sometimes throw most of it away. Therefore, Parents should not agree with the new school lunch requirements Admittedly, some people think that kids are getting the required amount of nutrition. They also think this is a low cost way to feed their kids.